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  • A radiocarbon-dated gelifluction lobe in the Nachvak Fiord area, northern Labrador, Canada
  • Radiocarbon dates obtained on organic materials overriden by a gelifluction lobe allow some estimate of past gelifluction rates for a site near sea level in northern Labrador. The calculated mean gelifluction rate for the last 400 years
  • is in the order of 8 mm/yr, somewhat higher than the average gelifluction rate described from other locations in the Canadian Arctic. The lobe contains two lithostratigraphic units : an inner diamicton, probably representing a buried gelifluction lobe, overlain
  • A model for variations in gelifluction rates with temperature and topography: implications for global change
  • Active layer ; Climatic warming ; Cold area ; Europe ; Gelifluction ; Global change ; Meltwater ; Model ; Northern Europe ; Rill wash ; Scandinavia ; Slope dynamics
  • A model is proposed for gelifluction rates, in terms of active layer depths and sub-surface runoff. It has been applied, using a global database of monthly climate, to estimate regional variations in gelifluction rates under current conditions
  • , and with both increases and decreases in mean temperatures. It is concluded that wide bands, roughly between 40-65°N and S, should have experienced a period of very intense gelifluction during the postglacial warming.
  • Neoglacial gelifluction in the Jostedalsbreen region, western Norway : evidence from dated buried palaeopodsols
  • Radiocarbon dating of thin palaeopodsols buried beneath turf-banked gelifluction lobes at four localities in the low alpine mountain zone in the Jostedalsbreen region, show that gelifluction processes were initiated subsequent to the late Subboreal
  • Terracettes and active gelifluction terraces in the Drakensberg of the Province of the Eastern Cape, South Africa. A process study
  • Cape Province ; Creep ; Gelifluction ; Periglacial features ; South Africa ; Terrace
  • Terracettes and turf-banked terraces exist at Tiffindell Ski Resort in the Drakensberg of the Eastern Cape at altitudes between 2750 m and 2880 m on slopes of between 15° and 26°. The terraces move downslope under the influence of gelifluction
  • Studies on a gelifluction lobe, Jotunheimen, Norway : 14C chronology, stratigraphy, sedimentology and palaeoenvironment
  • Permafrost, gelifluction and fluvial sediment transfer in the Alpine subnival ecotone, Central Alps, Austria : present, past and future
  • Alps (The) ; Austria ; Climatic variation ; Earth surface processes ; Ecotone ; Fluvial processes ; Gelifluction ; Mountain ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeo-environment ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Plant canopy
  • Current processes of gelifluction and fluvial sediment transfer have been monitored for several years in the periglacial altitudinal belt of the southern Hohe Tauern mountain range, central Alps Austria. A close connection between cryogenic
  • processes and the destruction of vegetation cover, the intensity of gelifluction and also the amount of sediment transfer in the headwater channels can be demonstrated. Through a combination of these results with a data on Holocene slope, soil and channel
  • Gelifluction in the alpine periglacial environment of the Tianshan Mountains, China
  • China ; Cold area ; Gelifluction ; Grain size distribution ; Mountain ; Periglacial features ; Slope dynamics ; Slope gradient ; Soil water ; Xinjiang
  • Pleistocene gelifluction and rock deformation on slopes in Southern Wyoming
  • Creep ; Gelifluction ; Mass movement ; Palaeogeography ; Periglacial features ; Pleistocene ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; United States of America ; Wyoming
  • A High Arctic frost-creep/gelifluction slope, 1981-89 : Resolute Bay, Cornwallis Island, Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Canada ; Cold area ; Creep ; Gelifluction ; Interannual variability ; Mass movement ; Northwest Territories ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Seasonal variation ; Snow cover ; Years 1980-89
  • Origin of a bouldery diamicton, Kunlun pass, Qinghai-Xizang plateau, People's Republic of China : gelifluction deposit or rock glacier?
  • Active layer ; China ; Gelifluction ; Kunlun Shan ; Mountain ; Mudflow ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Pleistocene ; Qinghai ; Rock glacier ; Slope deposit
  • -evaluating its origin, and interpreting the diamicton as a gelifluction deposit based on visits in 5 of 6 years between 1990 and 1996.
  • Physical modelling of gelifluction and frost creep : some results of a large-scale laboratory
  • Active layer ; Creep ; Europe ; Experimentation ; Freeze-thaw cycle ; Gelifluction ; Lithology ; Mass movement ; Northwestern Europe ; Periglacial features ; Research technique ; Simulation ; Soil properties
  • Climatic variation ; Creep ; Gelifluction ; Lapland ; Mass movements ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Slope dynamics ; Slopes ; Soil ; Soil moisture ; Sweden
  • dominant slope processes (frost creep and gelifluction) and one was a dominant vertical movement.
  • Cold area ; Earth surface processes ; Gelifluction ; Human impact ; Mountain ; Patterned ground ; Periglacial features ; Poland ; Slope ; Tatra Mountains ; Tree line ; Vegetation
  • Geomorphic processes are most active above timberline (ca 1 500 m a.s.l.) involving downslope transfer of rock and sediment and periglacial processes of patterned ground, stone-banked terraces, gelifluction lobes and thufurs. - (DWG)
  • of soil moisture and ice segregation. Seasonal freeze-thaw cycles produced both frost creep and gelifluction. In layers shallower than 60 cm, ice segregation during the freezing season induced seasonal frost heave, and ice melt at the same depths during
  • the thaw season promoted gelifluction as well as seasonal frost creep. At greater depths, gelifluction did not occur even when the thaw plane reached the ice-rich layers. The results at the study site demonstrate that segregated ice plays an important role
  • in gelifluction, but only at shallower depths.
  • China ; Freeze-thaw cycle ; Gelifluction ; High mountain ; Mass movement ; Mountain ; Periglacial features ; Rock glacier ; Slope dynamics ; Tien Shan
  • 0,4 mm par an. Les lobes et les terrasses de gélifluxion ont un mouvement moyen annuel de 25 cm à l'est, tandis qu'à l'ouest le mouvement annuel moyen de la gélifluction est de 49 cm par an.
  • Active layer ; Avalanche ; Canada ; Catastrophe ; Cold area ; Debris flow ; Gelifluction ; Geotechnics;Engineering geology ; Land use ; Mass movement ; Mountain ; Permafrost ; Slope ; Slope dynamics
  • earthflow. A brief discussion is included of quick-clay flow slides in eastern Canada, and gelifluction phenomena in arctic and alpine areas. Comparisons are made with similar geotechnical work conducted in the Pacific-rim steeplands.
  • Frost creep and gelifluction features: a review
  • Investigations carried out in 1977/1978 on ice-free shores of Admiralty Bay. Effects of intensive frost weathering and structures of frost segregation, such as stone polygons, sorted circles, small stone stripes, gelifluction lobes have been
  • observed. Some attention was also paid to slope profiles and slope processes. Almost all slopes show concave or convexo-concave profiles and arc modelled by gravitative, gelifluction and washing processes.
  • From frost to gelifluction : a new approach based on micromorphology. Its applications to arctic environment
  • Alaska ; Colluvium ; Creep ; Gelifluction ; Grain size distribution ; Periglacial features ; Slope dynamics ; Slope gradient ; Soil moisture ; Soil properties
  • role in determining the relative importance of frost heave versus gelifluction.